Namkhan Festival In The Spiritual Spiti Valley

The Namkhan festival at the highland village of Demul at an altitude of 4350 meters in the cold desert of Spiti is wrapped around the agricultural practices of the village.

Lores of the Yore – Folk dances of India

“Although our backgrounds and languages may be different, one thing isn’t different, and that is: everybody likes to have a good time. If there’s one language that’s universal, it’s dances,

Make the most out of your slumber with these 6 yoga poses

Taking a few minutes at the end of the day to come back into your body and making yourself feel comfortable for bedtime is essential to unwinding at the end

The 7 spots at the Mahabodhi Temple which can be applied to our daily lives

What is fascinating about these 7 spots at Maha Bodhi Temple is what the Buddha did over 7 weeks before he left for Sarnath in Varanasi for his first sermon.


The first impression that I formed about the city was when I arrived here at 4:30 AM to find it is as crowded and busy as any other metro city!

Voguish India

Sari Sari, sometimes spelled ‘saree’ is the traditional attire worn by women across India. A single piece of fabric varying from 4.5 meters to 8 meters often has heavier sections

Ruskin Bond – The Indian William Wordsworth

“A great book is a friend that never lets you down. You can return to it again and again and the joy first derived from it will still be there”

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Jaipur

1. The Golcha Cinema in Jaipur belongs to the prominent Golcha family who were once Nagar Seths of the Pink City. Nagar Seths in the days of the yore were

Dangs Darbar: The Festival of Culture, Costumes and Dance

Dang Darbar is normally held in March-April every year just a few days before Holi, the festival of colours. The fair is held every year in the Ahwa district of